Christopher Nolan News
I was quite pleased with the first teaser for THE FANTASTIC FOUR, but like some of you, I also thought it was very similar to the trailers for Christopher Nolan's INTERSTELLAR, especially the first one with Matthew McConaughey's narration. This being 2015 and all, of course someone had to create a mash-up video featuring visuals from the Josh Trank film and the McConaughey dialogue from the... Read More...
- Comic Book Movie: FANTASTIC FOUR Meets INTERSTELLAR In This Trailer Mashup
- Variety: Viacom Net Drops 8.6% Even As ‘Interstellar,’ Cable Fees Boost Revenue
- Latino Review: Marvelous Da7e 80: 'Fantastic Four' Teases and Agent Carter Calls Black Widow
- HitFix: Final Draft Awards nominees include 'Interstellar' and the usual
Paramount has announced Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic INTERSTELLAR will be released on Digital HD on March 17, and will hit Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand two weeks later on March 31. Besides containing a bunch of special features, the INTERSTELLAR Blu-ray combo pack will also come with an authentic film cell from an original 70MM IMAX print of the movie, which is pretty damn cool, in my opinion.... Read More...
If you haven't gotten a chance to see Interstellar yet, the Christopher Nolan directed film is still playing in theaters amidst all the releases that arrived on Christmas Day. But for those who have already seen the film, now you can take the time to examine a scene, complete with some narration from Nolan himself explaining the anatomy of the scene. The particular sequence highlighted is Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway landing on the water planet.
- The Playlist: Watch: Christopher Nolan's 'Anatomy Of A Scene' For 'Interstellar' Plus Jessica Chastain's NASA PSA
- Collider: INTERSTELLAR Director Christopher Nolan Provides the Anatomy of a Scene and Highlights the Practical Effects
- MovieWeb: 'Interstellar': Anatomy of A Scene with Christopher Nolan
- The Wrap: OscarWrap: Christopher Nolan and ‘Interstellar’ Dream Team Talk Sound, Edit, Design
Discovery Channel has released The Science of Interstellar, a 42 minute documentary about the Cosmology and science behind Christopher Nolan‘s sci-fi epic. The documentary is narrated by Interstellar star Matthew McConaughey and takes us behind the sci-fact of the sci-fi.
With Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" now in cinemas, it has prompted many to look back and assess (or re-assess) the director's body of work so far (check out our ranking of his films right here).
- MTV Movies Blog: ‘The Prestige’ Author Thinks Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy Is ‘Shallow’
- Hollywood Reporter: 'Prestige' Author Slams Christopher Nolan's 'Dark Knight' Trilogy As "Shallow" And "Badly Written"
- Digital Spy: The Prestige author slams Christopher Nolan's "embarrassing" Batman films
- IndieWire: How 'Interstellar' Director Christopher Nolan Uses Video Games to Create Filmic Puzzles
- Entertainment Weekly: Malcolm McDowell on Stanley Kubrick: An all-too-human artistic genius
- The Wrap: ‘Interstellar’ Shuns the Thanksgiving Screener Rush: ‘It's a Theatrical Experience,’ Says Christopher Nolan
In a new interview with “Interstellar” director Christopher Nolan and his scientific consultant and co-producer on the film, Kip Thorne, the artistic visionary and the decorated theoretical physicist sit down to discuss their partnership and how they worked through challenges like being unable to justify characters moving faster than the speed of light. (Apparently Nolan was attached to the idea.) Thorne is the author of “Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein’s Outrageous Legacy,” and a leading expert on the theory of relativity.
- Deadline: Physicist Kip Thorne talks black holes and warped space on ‘Interstellar’
- Variety: ‘Interstellar’ Box Office Gets Big Boost from Imax Sales
- Variety: China Box Office: ‘Interstellar’ Continues to Outperform
- Hollywood Reporter: China Box Office: 'Interstellar' Nears $100 Million; 'Fury' Opens in Fourth Place
Whether you love him or hate him, filmmaker Christopher Nolan has continued to find new ways to challenge his audience, and paradigms of filmmaking as a whole, throughout his remarkable career. His breakout hit Memento shattered audiences' expectations of a traditional narrative story, while The Dark Knight trilogy redefined the superhero genre in ways nobody even knew they wanted, until they saw it with their very eyes.
- FirstShowing.net: Watch: Take a Closer Look at the Science & Sound of 'Interstellar'
- Dark Horizons: Nolan Talks That "Interstellar" Big Surprise
- MovieWeb: Christopher Nolan Talks 'Interstellar' Spoilers and Ending
- FirstShowing.net: Another Outstanding Fan-Made 'Interstellar' Timeline Infographic
HitFix talks to "Interstellar" editor Lee Smith about his on-going collaboration with Christopher Nolan and how their latest provided some of their biggest challenges to date.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention
HitFix talks to "Interstellar" cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema about grounding Nolan's film, working with practical elements, shooting on film for Sam Mendes' next James Bond feature and the ongoing film vs. digital debate.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention
- Cinema Blend: Watch Bill Nye Outline His Problems With Interstellar Science
- Hollywood Reporter: Scalpers Appear as 'Interstellar' Becomes Phenomenon in South Korea
- IndieWire: Springboard: 'Interstellar' Teen Breakout Mackenzie Foy Wants to Direct
- Thompson on Hollywood: How the 'Interstellar' Crafts Team Experiments with Sight and Sound
- Collider: Not Dead Yet: BOND 24 and TWIN PEAKS Season 3 Will Be Shot on Film
We're entering weekend two of "Interstellar," and there is already much material concerned with the film on TV and throughout the web, should you need to buttress your particular point of view.